Social Media in Medical Education #TiMEUCL

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A presentation given by Dr Laura-Jane Smith @_elljay_ as part of a workshop at: Trainees in Medical Education Conference UCL Oct 2012 http://www.ucl.ac.uk/medicalschool/postgraduate/teaching-fellows/conference

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  • Film by Michael Wesch in collaboration with 200 students at Kansas State University. 2007\n
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  • 1991 - Tim Berners Lee www = open for all\n
  • Web 1.0 = passive, delivery of information, read-only\nWeb 2.0 = users create content, communities arise, collaboration, read-write\n
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  • Education doesn’t just take place in institutions. It is everywhere - liberating, exciting... and a bit scary!\n
  • Write: outside the hoops and biases of traditional publishing pathways - engage patients, professionals, students. Inspire.\nBuild career: stand out, make contacts, stay up to date, get known\nInternational reach: no geographical limitations to your audience\nNew resources: teaching - forget the flipped classroom! Active learning. Share.\nCollaborate: distributed knowledge, amazing communication platform - new scale and immediacy. Researchers, educators, practitioners. Conferences #TiMEUCL. Be challenged. Be supported. \nCitations: blogs cite papers, papers cite blogs + tweets. Increase readership\nLearn: there’s too much info out there - how do you find and filter it? Be challenged. \n\n
  • Wiki: wikipedia, wikiversity\nMOOCS: various places getting in on act including Yale\nWebsites: medicalmnemonics.com, Barts drugs site\nDynamic textbooks: linked to apps\nVirtual classes: WizIQ, second life\nResources: slideshare, memorize.com\nYoutube: has a medical education section\nTwitter: We will come to later: #twitjc #gasclass #twitfrg\nBlogs: We will come to later: students, doctors, nurses, patients, librarians, lawyers\nRSS: feeds knowledge to you eg Google reader\nApps: imedicalapps.com\nFacebook: various options for groups/pages\nCuration: scoop.it is one example\n\n\n
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  • Since 2004 explosion in blogs. Technorati “state of the blogosphere” report \n\nDave on wheels: “so i am write this today and ask nichole that if everything be fine in a week then trash this and i will write a funny new post with lot of boob jokes in it. but if i not be around in a week then publish this. so if you read this now it because i am not around anymore so there are people i want to thank and few things want to say.”\n
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  • @welshgasdoc: “covering a birthing shed...would prefer to be on the cabbage patch” “#working with madwives”\nJAMA: >50% 78 US Med Schls had reported cases of students posting unprofessional content, 1/10 were frank violations of patient confidentiality\nJAMA 2012: Doctors = inappropriate pt comm online eg sexual misconduct, internet prescribing, misrepresentation of credentials \nMed Educ 2010: Recent medical graduates member of “Perverts united” group on FB\n\n
  • @welshgasdoc: “covering a birthing shed...would prefer to be on the cabbage patch” “#working with madwives”\nJAMA: >50% 78 US Med Schls had reported cases of students posting unprofessional content, 1/10 were frank violations of patient confidentiality\nJAMA 2012: Doctors = inappropriate pt comm online eg sexual misconduct, internet prescribing, misrepresentation of credentials \nMed Educ 2010: Recent medical graduates member of “Perverts united” group on FB\n\n
  • @welshgasdoc: “covering a birthing shed...would prefer to be on the cabbage patch” “#working with madwives”\nJAMA: >50% 78 US Med Schls had reported cases of students posting unprofessional content, 1/10 were frank violations of patient confidentiality\nJAMA 2012: Doctors = inappropriate pt comm online eg sexual misconduct, internet prescribing, misrepresentation of credentials \nMed Educ 2010: Recent medical graduates member of “Perverts united” group on FB\n\n
  • @welshgasdoc: “covering a birthing shed...would prefer to be on the cabbage patch” “#working with madwives”\nJAMA: >50% 78 US Med Schls had reported cases of students posting unprofessional content, 1/10 were frank violations of patient confidentiality\nJAMA 2012: Doctors = inappropriate pt comm online eg sexual misconduct, internet prescribing, misrepresentation of credentials \nMed Educ 2010: Recent medical graduates member of “Perverts united” group on FB\n\n
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  • Actions on social media = actions offline\nSubstance abuse, sexual misconduct, abuse of prescribing privileges\nImpression of the public?\n
  • Actions on social media = actions offline\nSubstance abuse, sexual misconduct, abuse of prescribing privileges\nImpression of the public?\n
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  • Social Media in Medical Education #TiMEUCL

    1. 1. TiME Social Media in Medical Education Laura-Jane Smith Clinical teaching Fellow, ACME, UCL 2TiME Oct 2012 @_elljay_
    2. 2. TiME Workshop • What is social media? • Social media in teaching and learning • Opportunities and concerns • Your online profile
    3. 3. TiME A Vision of Students Today
    4. 4. TiME
    5. 5. TiME
    6. 6. TiME What do you know?
    7. 7. TiME
    8. 8. TiME
    9. 9. TiME Why?
    10. 10. TiME Why? • write • build career • international reach • new types of resources • collaborate, communicate, connect • citations • learn
    11. 11. TiME What?
    12. 12. TiME What? • Wikis • Twitter • MOOCs • Blogs • Sites • RSS • Dynamic medical textbooks • Apps • Virtual classes/cases • Facebook • New resources • Curation • Youtube
    13. 13. TiME
    14. 14. TiME
    15. 15. TiME It’s good to blog
    16. 16. TiME It’s good to blog
    17. 17. TiME@_elljay_ on Twitter
    18. 18. TiME@gasclass on Twitter @twitjournalclub on Twitter
    19. 19. TiME
    20. 20. TiME
    21. 21. TiME
    22. 22. TiME
    23. 23. TiME
    24. 24. TiME Digital professionalism
    25. 25. TiME Group 1 Group 2
    26. 26. TiME Group 1 Group 2
    27. 27. TiME Group 1 Group 2
    28. 28. TiME Worries • what if my boss reads this? • what if my patients read this? • what if my students read this? • what if my mum reads this? • what if the world reads this?
    29. 29. TiME
    30. 30. TiME
    31. 31. TiME What have I got from social media? • Ideas • A better chance of effecting change • Contacts • Invited to GMC meeting • Information • Presenting at AoMRC • Feedback • Meeting at RCP • Helped me get my job? • Invitation to be part of • Noticed more at work? webcast for a BSc in Meded
    32. 32. TiME • What do you want to do with social media? • What do you want it to do for you? • Think about the image you are projecting • Forget the hierarchy • Share, share, share • Be open to criticism as well as to support
    33. 33. TiME Final points • Social media has potential for doctors • Patients and students are already there • Know what you want from it • Digital professionalism is a challenge • Keep talking, keep learning
    34. 34. TiME References: papers • It’s good to blog Nature 457, 1058 (26 February 2009) | doi:10.1038/4571058a; Published online 25 February 2009 • Physician Violations of Online Professionalism and Disciplinary Action: a National Survey of State Medical Boards JAMA. 2012;307(11):1141-1142. doi:10.1001/jama.2012.330. • American Medical Association (2010). Professionalism in the use of social media • Farnan, JM., Paro, JA., Higa, JT., Reddy, ST., Humphrey, HJ., Arora, VM. (2009) Commentary: the relationship status of digital media and professionalism: its complicated. Academic Medicine, 84: 1479–81. • MacDonald, J, Sohn, S, Ellis, P (2010) Privacy, professionalism and Facebook: a dilemma for young doctors. Medical Education, 44 :805–13. • Using social media: practical and ethical guidance for doctors and medical students, British Medical Association, 1st edition, 2011 • Draft Social Media Highway Code (2012). Royal College of General Practitioners • Doctors’ use of Social Media: a draft for consultation (2012). The General Medical Council
    35. 35. TiME References: online • blog.goyello.com/2010/07/21/social-media- • wishfulthinkinginmedicaleducation.blogspot.c is-like-teen-sex/ o.uk/ • thecourse.webicina.com/ • Blogs: • en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page • daveonwheels.blogspot.co.uk/ • www.theconversationprism.com/ • kevinmd.com • www.fredcavazza.net • e-patients.net • www.youtube.com/watch? • imamedicalstudentgetmeoutofhere.blog v=dGCJ46vyR9o&feature=youtu.be spot.co.uk/ • http://nmincite.com/ • casesblog.blogspot.co.uk/ • reputation.com • www.drlj.wordpress.com • dean-jenkins.blogspot.fr/2012/09/medical- • www.nhseportfoliorevolution.com education-social-media.html
    36. 36. TiME • Resources available at: www.scoop.it/t/social-media- in-medical-education-1 • Slides available at: slideshare.net Want to get started? Go here: thecourse.webicina.com/

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